Kenneth L. Pocek

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For 20 years, the International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM) has explored how FPGAs and FPGA-like architectures can bring unique capabilities to computational tasks. We survey the evolution of the field of reconfigurable computing as reflected in FCCM, providing a guide to the body-of-knowledge accumulated in(More)
It is a basic observation about computing that generality and efficiency are in some sense inversely related to one another; the more general-purpose an object is and thus the greater the number of tasks it can perform, the less efficient it will be in performing any of those specific tasks. Design decisions are therefore almost always compromises;(More)
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